Weekend Briefing (28 March – 1 April)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s Weekend Briefing where we round up the week’s most interesting and important defense news. Alongside coverage of the war in Ukraine we continue to deliver important news from around the world regarding military technology, and events including the latest on India’s modernization efforts, Israel’s deployment of Sky Dew Canada’s selection of F-35 and an editorial looking at Poland’s latest efforts to reform their military. You can also check for the daily feeds with the latest news from the conflict in Ukraine here.

Quick and Bold: Poland’s Plan To Modernize its Army

The US To Modernize Bahrain’s Multiple Launch Rocket Systems

Indian MoD Approves Indigenization Of 107 Subsystems

Russia Passes 2,000 Confirmed Vehicle & Equipment Losses

Israel Announces That It Has Deployed The “Sky Dew” System

Canada Selects F-35A For Hornet Replacement’s Finalization Phase

Turkish Naval Forces Test-Fire The AKYA Heavyweight Torpedo

Elements of Russia’s Elite 1st Guards Tank Army Withdrawn From Ukraine

Stray Sea Mines in The Black Sea Threaten Turkey And Romania

BEL To Supply D-29 EW Suites for IAF MiG-29s And Establish EW Test Range

Sweden Denies Claims Nuclear-Armed Russian Aircraft Intruded Into Swedish Airspace

India Procures 15 HAL Light Combat Helicopters

French Military Intelligence Chief Reportedly Resigns Over Failure To Predict Russian Invasion

Germany Clears Transfer of BMP-1 Infantry Fighting Vehicles to Ukraine

Slovenia Reaches C-27J Milestone as Aussie Spartans Return from the Pacific

India Completes Development Trials of MRSAM For Army

Here’s What the US’ Latest $300 Million Assistance Package for Ukraine Includes

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